Eat Like A Milanese at Eataly’s Bar Milano

November 23, 2021, 6:37.11 pm ET  

Bar Milano, Eataly Flatiron, NYC
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Bar Milano is bringing the flavors of Milan to Eataly Flatiron where you can enjoy Northern Italian cuisine while sipping on a Negroni. Hidden near the back of Eataly’s retail market, Bar Milano has the feel of one of Milan’s beloved speakeasies. The modern décor anchored by a rounded marble bar, emerald leather seats and contemporary pieces from emerging Milanese artist Olimpia Zagnoni.

Bar Milano, Eataly Flatiron, NYC

Guests can feast on dishes such as Mondeghili, a Milanese meatball made with braised beef, pork, and just a hint of mortadella, and allo Zafferano, a legendary Milanese rice dish enriched with saffron, bone marrow, and Parmigiano Reggiano DOP aged for 18 months. For risotto lovers, there’s Risotto al Salto, a crispy rice pancake traditionally made from leftover saffron risotto and topped with Taleggio Fonduta.

 Bar Milano, Eataly Flatiron, NYC

Bar Milano, Eataly Flatiron, NYC

To eat like a true Milanese, there are two must-haves - L’Ossobuco, an expertly braised veal shank from Sekel Farms served with saffron risotto and gremolata, and Cotoletta alla Milanese, a tender, breaded veal chop served bone-in and accompanied by dressed Italian chicories (top). The dish dates back to 1134, and after one bite you’ll understand its centuries-long appeal. For dessert, there’s Panettone di Bignè alla Nocciola, a cream puff filled with hazelnut Chantilly cream & caramel butter, and Cioccolato, chocolate sponge cake with hazelnut white chocolate crunch.

 Bar Milano, Eataly Flatiron, NYC

While Florence may have created the Negroni, it was perfected in Milan as an after-work apertivo. At Bar Milano, the cocktail is celebrated with Campari Tradizionale, a classic Negroni made with Piemonte Campari, Carpano Vermouth, Bulldog Gin and an orange twist. There is also a refreshing Luxardo Negroni Bianco, a white Negroni made with Luxardo Bitter Bianco and a Luxardo Cherry. The Negroni are served from a cocktail cart and mixed tableside. The wine list also gives a nod to Northern Italy with small producers within a 100-mile radius of Milan.

Bar Milano by Eataly is located at 200 5th Ave, New York, NY

For more information visit https://www.eataly.com 

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